The Lymphatic System

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The Lymphatic System
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  1. 1. Which one of the following
    does lymph not contain;

    a) Erythrocytes

    b) Leucocytes

    c)  Waste materials

    d) Lymphoctyes
  2. 2. What are lymphatic
    capillaries;

    a) Capillaries which transport
    lymph around the lymphatic system

    b) Muscular tissue which
    prevent the back flow of lymph

    c) Vessels which transport
    waste materials to the lymph nodes

    d) Vessels which work with
    blood to collect excess tissue fluid
  3. 3. What type of valves do
    lymphatic vessels have;

    a) Bicuspid valves

    b) Semi lunar valves

    c) Tricuspid valves

    d) Micuspid valves
  4. 4. The inner layer of the
    lymphatic vessels is made up of;

    a) Muscular tissue

    b) Endothelial cells

    c) Elastic tissue

    d) Fibrous tissue
  5. 5. An efferent vessel
    transports lymph;

    a) To the lymphatic ducts

    b) Back to the system

    c) To the lymph nodes

    d) To the lymphatic vessels
  6. 6. Which one of the following
    is not a function of lymph nodes;

    a) To collect lymph and convey
    it towards the heart

    b) To form anitbodies against
    a particular infection

    c) To filter lymph

    d) To produce new lymphocytes
    and antibodies
  7.  

    7. Which one of the following
    does lymphatic tissue not contain;

    a) Phagocytes

    b) Lymphoctyes

    c) Cells dividing to form new
    lymphoctyes

    d) Erythrocytes
  8. 8. Where is the right
    lymphatic duct positioned;

    a) Chest

    b) Leg

    c) Arm

    d) Neck
  9. 9. How long is the thoracic
    duct;

    a) 40cm

    b) 1.5cm

    c) 10cm

    d) 2.5cm
  10. 10. Where are the axillary
    nodes located;

    a) At the back of the skull

    b) Tonsils

    c) Armpits

    d) Legs
  11. 11. Where is the spleen
    positioned;

    a) Under the diaphragm

    b) Behind the lungs

    c) Upper left hand side of the
    abdomen

    d) Upper right hand side of
    the abdomen
  12. 12. Cancer of the lymphatic
    tissue is called;

    a) Hodgkin’s disease

    b) Addison’s syndrome

    c) Cushing’s syndrome

    d) Scepticema
  13. 13. Any obstruction of the
    lymphatic flow causes;

    a) Atheroscierosis

    b) Oedema

    c) Blood clotting

    d) Hodgkin’s disease
  14. 14. Lymphatic capillaries
    unite to become;

    a) Lymph nodes

    b) Lymphatic vessels

    c) Lymphatic tissue

    d) Lymphatic ducts
  15. 15. What are lymph nodes made
    of;

    a) Lymphatic tissue

    b) Fibrous tissue

    c) Elastic tissue

    d) Muscular tissue
  16. 16. The popliteal nodes are
    located;

    a) In the neck

    b) Behind the knee

    c) On the tonsils

    d) In the spleen
  17. 17. What does the spleen
    destroy;

    a) Leucocytes

    b) Lymphocytes

    c) Foreign particles

    d) Thrombocytes and
    erthrocytes
  18. 18. What is the function of
    lymphatic vessels;

    a) Transport lymph to the
    lymph nodes

    b) Transport lymph to the
    lymphatic capillaries

    c) Transport lymph to the
    lymphatic ducts

    d) Transport lymph towards the
    heart
  19. 19. Lymphatic tissue contains;

    a) Erythrocytes

    b) Thrombocytes

    c) Leucoctyes

    d) Phagoctyes
  20. 20. All lymph passes into;

    a) Lymphatic nodes

    b) Lymphatic ducts

    c) Lymphatic capillaries

    d) Lymphatic tissue
  21. 21. The thoracic duct is
    positioned;

    a) Leg

    b) Arm

    c) Hand

    d) Torso
  22. 22. The submandibular nodes
    are located;

    a) Face

    b) Arms

    c) Legs

    d) Chest
  23. 23. Which one of the following
    is not a function of the spleen;

    a) Forms new leucocytes

    b) Removes foreign particles

    c) Helps fight infection

    d) Acts as a blood resevoir
  24. 24. Which one of the following
    does not help to circulate lymph;

    a) Suction

    b) Contraction of skeletal
    muscles

    c) Heat

    d) Pressure
  25. 25. Where to lymphatic
    capillaries not occur;

    a) Central nervous system

    b) Autonomic nervous system

    c) Peripheral nervous system

    d) Cranial nerves
  26. 26. The outer layer of
    lymphatic vessels consist of;

    a) Muscular tissue

    b) Elastic tissue

    c) Fibrous tissue

    d) Endothelial cells
  27. 27. An afferent vessel
    transports lymph;

    a) Around the body

    b) To the lymph ducts

    c) To the lymph nodes

    d) To lymph capillaries
  28. 28. Trabecula are;

    a) Inward strands of elastic
    tissue

    b) Inward strands of fibrous
    tissue

    c) Inward strands of lymphatic
    tissue

    d) Inward strands of muscular
    tissue
  29. 29. How long is the right
    lymphatic duct;

    a) 1.5cm

    b) 4cm

    c) 2cm

    d) 2.5cm
  30. 30. The occipital nodes are
    located;

    a) On the face

    b) At the back of the skull

    c) Armpits

    d) Elbows
  31. 31. What is the structure of
    the spleen;

    a) An inner capsule of fibrous
    tissue

    b) An outer capsule of fibrous
    tissue

    c) An inner capsule of elastic
    tissue

    d) An outer capsule of elastic
    tissue
  32. 32. What is the function of
    the right lymphatic duct;

    a) Drains lymph into the head,
    neck and torso

    b) Collects lymph from the
    right side of the body

    c) Receives lymph from the
    right side of the head, neck, chest and right arm

    d) Collects lymph from the
    left side of the body
  33. 33. Trabeculae are located;

    a) In lymphatic tissue

    b) In lymphatic ducts

    c) In lympatic capillaries

    d) In lymph nodes
  34. 34. What is the structure of
    lymphatic vessels;

    a) Thick walled, collapsible
    vessels carrying lymph

    b) Thick walled, collapsible
    tubules

    c) Thin walled, collapsible
    vessels carrying lymph

    d) Thin walled, collapsible
    vessels
  35. 35. Which one of the following
    is a function of lymph;

    a) Carry excess tissue fluid
    away from tissue space

    b) Remove and destroy harmful
    bacteria

    c) Transports excess waste
    away from tissues

    d) Transport oxygen to the
    lymphatic capillaries
  36. 36. What is the structure of
    lymphatic capillaries;

    a) Fine blind ended permeable
    tubes

    b) Fine blind ended hollow
    permeable tubes

    c) Fine blind ended permeable
    tubes, composed of a single layer of endothelial cells

    d) Fine blind ended permeable
    tubes composed of a single layer of epothelial tissue
  37. 37. What is the middle layer
    of the lymphatic vessels made up of;

    a) Enodthelial cells

    b) Fibrous tissue

    c) Muscular tissue

    d) Muscular and elastic tissue
  38. 38. Lymphatic vessels open up
    into;

    a) Lymph nodes

    b) Lymph duct

    c) Lymph tissue

    d) Lymph capillaries
  39. 39. Which vein does the right
    lymphatic duct empty into;

    a) Right renal vein

    b) Right iliac vein

    c) Right subclavian vein

    d) Right carotid vein
  40. 40. Which of the following is
    a function of the thoracic duct;

    a) Drain lymph from the left
    side of the body

    b) Drain lymph from the left
    side of the head, neck, lower limbs, left side of the trunk and left arm

    c) Drain lymph from the left
    side of the head, neck, left leg, left side of the trunk and left arm

    d) Drain lymph from the right
    side of the body
  41. 41. The supratrochlear nodes
    are located;

    a) Behind the ears

    b) Armpits

    c) Behind the knees

    d) Elbows
  42. 42. What is the relationship
    between the lymphatic system and muscular systems;

    a) Excess waste and toxins are
    transported

    b) Lactic acid is drained away
    in the lymphatic system

    c) Fats are absorbed

    d) Glucose is converted into
    fat
  43. 43. What is the function of
    lymphatic capillaries;

    a) To carry excess tissue
    fluid away from tissue space

    b) To collect lymph and
    transport it to the heart

    c) To transport excess waste

    d) To add extra leucocytes and
    lymphocytes to the blood
  44. 44. How many layers do
    lymphatic vessels have;

    a) 3

    b) 2

    c) 4

    d) 1
  45. 45. The inguinal nodes are
    located;

    a) Top of the legs

    b) Behind the knees

    c) Elbows

    d) Armpits

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